Head of Family, Children and Divorce
Trainee Chartered Legal Executive
As the name suggests, a pre-nup is an agreement made between prospective spouses before the marriage takes place. A properly prepared pre-nup can help provide certainty as it can cover a whole range of issues, dealing with how property and assets should be divided in the event of divorce.
Pre-nups are not just used by the super-wealthy. There are a number of different reasons for wanting to have a pre-nup. Common reasons include:
Many of our cases involve trust interests or wider issues of inheritance and estate planning. We provide you with an holistic service by drawing on the expertise of colleagues in our Trusts, Wills and Estates team, to provide in-house advice about trusts, wills and estate planning, in conjunction with our family law advice.